Is FirstBank (Colorado) still down?

FirstBank (Colorado) is still down. There was an acknowkedged issue last week that's been declared resolved but it isn't resolved for my account. It just says, "your bank needs you!" But that's not the case, I can log into the bank's site just fine. The credentials are definitely good.


Hi colithium,

This issue appears to have been resolved, however it is entirely possible that there might be something wrong with your specific account or a new issue has occurred. It isn't clear which is the case; usually when you get the "Your bank needs you!" error, it means there is something you need to do at their site, like signing a new Terms of Service change or something of a similar nature.

If you're not getting any such prompts, but Mint is still populating that message, please Contact Mint support so our support team can take a closer look at this and gather more data, and escalate as needed.

Mint Mike

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